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KBI rolls out seized property database, website

The Kansas Bureau of Investigation met its deadline Monday, unveiling a new website that will give the public a look at property that's been...

Legislature passes protections for domestic abuse victims

Domestic violence victims could more easily break costly leases to seek refuge from abusive relationships under legislation sent to the governor on Friday. The House...

Bill giving housing protections to domestic violence victims passes Senate

Domestic violence victims could more easily break costly leases to seek refuge from abusive relationships under a bill passed by the Kansas Senate late...

Lawmakers consider housing protections for domestic violence victims

The Lenexa pastry chef had just quit her job and launched a new business when she was assaulted by her husband last fall. She left...

Trial lawyers say bill could shield authorities from police-chase lawsuits

Lawmakers are wrestling with a bill that critics say could shield law enforcement from some lawsuits arising from police chases gone bad. Trial lawyers are...

Bill introduced to make clergy mandatory reporters

Democratic state Sen. Tom Holland on Wednesday introduced a bill that adds clergy to a list of professionals required to report suspected child abuse...

Open-records advocates decry Judicial Council recommendation

A recent recommendation from the Kansas Judicial Council is a serious setback to opening up footage from police body cameras, open-records advocates say. The council,...

Kansas House narrows police body camera legislation

The Kansas House on Thursday voted to approve a narrowly written bill that would make public police body camera footage in limited situations. The House...

Lawmakers consider making police body camera footage public

Transparency advocates on Tuesday made a case to the Kansas Legislature for disclosing footage from police body cameras in deadly situations. Appearing before House and...